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11/14, but I worked at it, and I usually made note of the hairstyle/growth pattern and sideburns, which might be kind of cheating.
 
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Something is fishy with that test. I took it three times and got 0/14. My wife took it and got 10/14. We then took it side by side making sure to match exactly and I got 0/14 and she got 10/14. What gives?
 
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Something is fishy with that test. I took it three times and got 0/14. My wife took it and got 10/14. We then took it side by side making sure to match exactly and I got 0/14 and she got 10/14. What gives?


With your score and recognition skills are you sure that is your wife?
 
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With your score and recognition skills are you sure that is your wife?


It feels like her, lol!!
 
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Something is fishy with that test. I took it three times and got 0/14. My wife took it and got 10/14. We then took it side by side making sure to match exactly and I got 0/14 and she got 10/14. What gives?


That's what I was trying to get across. I'm horrible w/ names, but excellent w/ faces and scored 0/14. The very first two I figured were warm ups because they were so obvious but I got 0/14.

IMO it's broken.
 
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It's clickbait.




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Based on psych courses and experiments from my undergrad days, I wouldn't be surprised if the test has nothing to do with facial recognition. It may instead be designed to understand how many will try x # times from the same IP addy or how many are willing to take a longer test, knowing the actual distribution of the skill, to determine random people's desire to prove something about what they believe is an inate trait/skill.
 
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Based on psych courses and experiments from my undergrad days, I wouldn't be surprised if the test has nothing to do with facial recognition. It may instead be designed to understand how many will try x # times from the same IP addy or how many are willing to take a longer test, knowing the actual distribution of the skill, to determine random people's desire to prove something about what they believe is an inate trait/skill.


Well Hell. I went back to test it 3 times because of my 0/14 score. Some of them are so obvious.
I'll add, I went back to the first few to see if they were random.
 
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Maybe you have to clear your browser cache. Who knows. It is beyond my pay grade.
 
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It's clickbait.


There's no new ads that show during the test.

Clickbait is designed to cause you to click through to multiple new pages, loading new ads each time, to increase their ad revenue.

Not every slideshow-style presentation is automatically clickbait.
 
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8/14.



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7/14. Won't be applying to the Met any time soon.


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0/14. I don't think I would be a good witness for a police lineup.




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10/14 - and I thought I'd be much worse. Average





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